Yes, high winds can flip RVs but rarely when you’re parked. Here’s how to minimize the impact that breezy days have on your stationary RV.
Following many recent upgrades and new models for 2017, Thor Motor Coach (TMC) announces its new Challenger 37YT Class A. In fact, in the last few years, R&D in the RV industry has been more prevalent with new models, trends, and continuous upgrades. Essentially, when it comes to upgrading to a new rig these days, […]
The annual family RV road trip can make or break your summer. Follow these quick do’s and don’ts for the best vacation yet.
Big Bend Country in Texas has more than one million acres of public land to explore, the nation’s largest border town, and many small towns, each with their own distinct flavor. This area is so diverse and sprawling that you could spend weeks driving through the region and barely scratch the surface of all that […]
A new study proves drowsy RV drivers are more likely to have a wreck than typical drunk drivers behind the wheel of passenger cars.
When I conduct my dispersed camping seminars I am typically asked what is the best RV for dry camping. While some types of RVs are more friendly for this type of RVing than others, the question really should be, “what should I look for in a RV if I want to use it for dry […]
Even blue skies can kill you when a flash flood occurs. Don’t park your rig until you know the best way to avoid a flash flood camping weather disaster.
Take time from the cooler north and explore the Texas Gulf Coast with its many diverse attractions, beaches and outdoor activities.
Its known that sharks in Florida lurk below the Ocean’s surface, but here are a few points to stay safe before your next trip to this sunny destination.
If you simply can’t avoid bad weather conditions, here are some ways to avoid getting your RV stuck and what to do about it if does happen.
Staying safe on the road isn’t complicated. Follow these simple RVing safety tips for uninterrupted fun on the road to adventure.